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Huge protests expected in Balochistan today as Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif set to inaugurate Gwadar Port

Huge protests expected in Balochistan today as Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif set to inaugurate Gwadar Port

In order to face any untoward incident in the wake of the protests by the indigenous Baloch population, a heavy security presence has been deployed.

Anti-Donald Trump protesters march amid tear gas, flash grenades

Anti-Donald Trump protesters march amid tear gas, flash grenades

Police hurled tear gas and flash-bang grenades in response to rowdy protests in Portland, Oregon, as people around the country once again took to the streets denouncing Donald Trump's presidential election victory.

Fresh protests rock Srinagar after teen's mysterious death

Security forces on Saturday clashed with a group of protesting mourners carrying the body of a teenager who died in a hospital here previous night days amid conflicting reports about the cause of his death.

Ethiopia declares state of emergency following months of violent anti-government protests

Ethiopia declares state of emergency following months of violent anti-government protests

Ethiopia declared a state of emergency on Sunday following months of violent anti-government protests, according to an official statement.

WATCH: Pro-Kannada activists set vehicle on fire in Bengaluru during protests over Cauvery water issue

WATCH: Pro-Kannada activists set vehicle on fire in Bengaluru during protests over Cauvery water issue

Here's a video showing how some pro-Kannada activists set a vehicle on fire in Bengaluru on Monday during protests over Cauvery water issue.

Cauvery row: Heavy security across Bengaluru to prevent attacks; forces deployed in areas where Tamils live

Cauvery row: Heavy security across Bengaluru to prevent attacks; forces deployed in areas where Tamils live

Security was tightened across Bengaluru on Monday to prevent attacks on people over the Cauvery river water controversy and for the Bakrid festival on Tuesday, said Karnataka Home Minister G. Parameshwar.

Protests against new Brazilian president in dozens of cities

Protests against new Brazilian President Michel Temer are taking place in several dozen cities across the country.

 Authorities relax curfew in parts of Srinagar

Authorities relax curfew in parts of Srinagar

Following improvement in situation, curfew was relaxed by the authorities in parts of Srinagar

Five killed in fresh Kashmir violence; death toll rises to 65

Five killed in fresh Kashmir violence; death toll rises to 65

Five civilian protesters were killed in firing by security forces as fresh violence erupted in the Kashmir Valley on Tuesday, taking the toll to 65 in the weeks of unrest triggered by the July 8 killing of a popular rebel commander.

Kashmir violence: Youth killed after fresh clashes between protestors, security forces; death toll rises to 58

Kashmir violence: Youth killed after fresh clashes between protestors, security forces; death toll rises to 58

One youth was killed and another critically injured on Monday in fresh clashes between protestors and security forces in Kashmir, taking the death toll to 58, even as curfew remained in force in some parts of Kashmir while a CRPF officer was killed and nine other security personnel injured as militants attacked them here.

Protests over Burhan Wani's killing: Pakistan offers treatment to injured Kashmiris

Protests over Burhan Wani's killing: Pakistan offers treatment to injured Kashmiris

Pakistan has offered to arrange for the treatment of Kashmiris who were injured in the ongoing violence in the Kashmir Valley.

BJP team to apprise Delhi leadership of situation in Jammu and Kashmir

BJP on Saturday said it will send a team of its leaders from Jammu and Kashmir to New Delhi to apprise the Union government and the party's central leadership about the situation in the state and to take the "peace process" forward.

Delhi Police annuls SDM's order banning protests, demonstrations outside Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal's house

Delhi Police annuls SDM's order banning protests, demonstrations outside Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal's house

SDM (Civil Lines) had banned protests outside Delhi CM's residence on Flag Staff Road.

Protests, dharnas 'banned' near Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal's residence

Protests, dharnas 'banned' near Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal's residence

Arvind Kejriwal has banned demonstrations in front of his official residence in the national capital.

No relief! Curfew, protest shutdown continue for 25th day in Kashmir

No relief! Curfew, protest shutdown continue for 25th day in Kashmir

Authorities continued curfew and restrictions on Tuesday as Kashmir remained shut for the 25th consecutive day.

J&K CM Mehbooba greeted with anti-India slogans by angry parents at Srinagar - Know what happened

J&K CM Mehbooba greeted with anti-India slogans by angry parents at Srinagar - Know what happened

Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti was on Sunday greeted with anti-India slogans when she visited a common entrance test (CET) centre here.

Another setback! Case filed against AAP workers for preventing emergency vehicle's movement

Another setback! Case filed against AAP workers for preventing emergency vehicle's movement

In yet another setback to Arvind Kejriwal-led AAP,  a case has been filed against AAP workers for preventing emergency vehicle's movement.

Protests over Burhan Wani's killing: Curfew in south Kashmir to prevent separatist called march

Protests over Burhan Wani's killing: Curfew in south Kashmir to prevent separatist called march

Authorities on Monday imposed curfew in four south Kashmir districts to prevent a separatists called protest march.

Kashmir unrest: 12 days on, curfew continues; newspapers refuse to publish despite permission

Kashmir unrest: 12 days on, curfew continues; newspapers refuse to publish despite permission

With the curfew in the Valley dragging into its 12th day on Wednesday, life in Jammu and Kashmir continued to be in a state of paralysis even though incidents of violence between locals and the security forces show no sign of cooling down and the death toll of civilians continues to rise.

Protests in Kashmir 'unfortunate': Congress

"People should not condole the death of terrorists, who are responsible for killing hundreds of innocent people," Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad said.